What channel is the Seattle Seahawks Week 4 game on today?

Seattle plays its first primetime game of 2023 in Week 4 against the New York Giants.
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The Seattle Seahawks are off to a 2-1 start in 2023. After a rough Week 1 loss, Seattle defeated the Lions in Detroit in Week 2. If the NFL has taught us nothing else, we have learned that you truly cannot compare games, and hopes or disappointments can change drastically from week to week. Seattle's Week 1 loss doesn't look as bad now as the Rams seem better than expected while Seattle's Week 2 victory looks fantastic as the Lions seem pretty good.

Why do I bring all that up? To point out that while the New York Giants, Seattle's Week 4 opponent, doesn't appear all that good, anything can happen on any given Sunday. But in this case, the game is on a Monday and that makes the game even more difficult to guess. Under the bright lights of Monday Night Football, all bets should be off.

All-time head-to-head, Seattle and the Giants are tied at 10 wins apiece. Maybe head coach Pete Carroll and quarterback Geno Smith could get the team fired up by telling them that they must break the tie! I joke because that would be silly (I think).

So let's assume you have time to watch the game on Monday and you are too sure about how to do that. Well, you are in luck because I can give you that information. Oh, but just a heads-up: You might need to have cable.

How can you watch the Seattle Seahawks versus the New York Giants in Week 4?

The Seahawks versus the Giants will happen on Monday Night Football and the game will be shown on both ABC and ESPN. If you live in the Seattle area, ABC is on KOMO-TV (channel 4). The ESPN coverage includes the ManningCast on ESPN 2, if you are interesting in such things.

If you do want to listen to the Monday Night Football broadcast, instead of leaving the game up on your TV, computer, etc., and listening to the Seattle Seahawks radio team call the game, you will have to hear Joe Buck do the play-by-play and Troy Aikman will do the commentary. Lucky for you! At least Lisa Salters is on the sidelines and she is good at her job.

You can also stream the game on the ESPN app. If you live in the Seattle area, you should also be able to watch at Seahawks.com and the Seahawks mobile app. If you live internationally (lucky you!), you can watch the game on NFL Game Pass International.

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